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Raikkonen: ‘An awful long way to go’

Kimi Raikkonen says there is “an awful long way to go” for Ferrari to get in to a position to challenge for race victories. Fernando Alonso came close to winning Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix, finishing second to Daniel Ricciardo having led for the majority of the final stint. With Raikkonen climbing from 16th to sixth it was a strong performance from Ferrari at the Hungaroring, but Raikkonen said the performance will not mask the hard work Ferrari still has ahead of it to challenge on a more consistent basis. “It's still disappointing,” Raikkonen said. “It's been a hard first part of the year so it's welcome to get some points and a bit better result but it doesn't change the...
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